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Thevetia ahouai, Ahouai nitida, Plumeriopsis ahouai, Broadleaf Thevetia, Yellow oleander, Dog's Tongue, Dog Balls, Grandfather's Balls

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 Thevetia ahouai, Ahouai nitida, Plumeriopsis ahouai
Family: Apocynaceae
Broadleaf Thevetia, Yellow oleander, Dog's Tongue, Dog Balls, Grandfather's Balls
Origin: Central America, Mexico
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunRegular waterModerate waterYellow/orange flowersFragrantIrritatingPoisonous or toxic

Thevetia ahouai is usually an evergreen shrub growing 1 - 3 metres tall, though sometimes it becomes a small tree.

The species can be used as an ornamental, and have bright yellow flowers which give off a subtle scent.

When cut the leaves and bark exude a milky white sap which can cause irritation when coming in contact with the skin. Thevetia ahouai’s fruit are 2–3 cm long to 3–5 cm wide with bright red color. Special caution must be taken with children and pets as they’re highly toxic.


 Thevetia ahouai, Ahouai nitida, Plumeriopsis ahouai, Broadleaf Thevetia, Yellow oleander, Dog's Tongue, Dog Balls, Grandfather's Balls

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Thevetia ahouai, Ahouai nitida, Plumeriopsis ahouai, Broadleaf Thevetia, Yellow oleander, Dog's Tongue, Dog Balls, Grandfather's Balls

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Thevetia ahouai, Ahouai nitida, Plumeriopsis ahouai, Broadleaf Thevetia, Yellow oleander, Dog's Tongue, Dog Balls, Grandfather's Balls

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Thevetia ahouai, Ahouai nitida, Plumeriopsis ahouai, Broadleaf Thevetia, Yellow oleander, Dog's Tongue, Dog Balls, Grandfather's Balls

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Thevetia ahouai, Ahouai nitida, Plumeriopsis ahouai, Broadleaf Thevetia, Yellow oleander, Dog's Tongue, Dog Balls, Grandfather's Balls

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Thevetia ahouai, Ahouai nitida, Plumeriopsis ahouai, Broadleaf Thevetia, Yellow oleander, Dog's Tongue, Dog Balls, Grandfather's Balls

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Thevetia nereifolia, Thevetia peruviana, Cascabela thevetia, Still Tree, Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

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Family: Apocynaceae
Still Tree, Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut
Origin: Central America
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterYellow/orange flowersEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.Poisonous or toxicSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Tree from tropical America with shiny dark green leaves, white sap, and yellow, funnel shaped flowers. Fruit somewhat angular, smooth, with two large, oily seeds. All parts poisonous but can be medicinal for toothache, skin sores, and as a purgative, if used judiciously. The nuts growing on the tree planed in your yard supposedly bring good luck.


 Thevetia nereifolia, Thevetia peruviana, Cascabela thevetia, Still Tree, Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

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Thevetia nereifolia, Thevetia peruviana, Cascabela thevetia, Still Tree, Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

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Thevetia nereifolia, Thevetia peruviana, Cascabela thevetia, Still Tree, Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

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Thevetia nereifolia, Thevetia peruviana, Cascabela thevetia, Still Tree, Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

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Thevetia nereifolia, Thevetia peruviana, Cascabela thevetia, Still Tree, Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

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Thevetia nereifolia, Thevetia peruviana, Cascabela thevetia, Still Tree, Yellow Oleander, Lucky Nut

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Still tree, Yellow oleander, Lucky nut. Tree from tropical America with shiny dark green leaves, white sap, and yellow to peach, funnel shaped flowers. Fruit somewhat angular, smooth, with two large, oily seeds. The nuts growing on the tree planted in your yard supposedly bring good luck.This item is not certified for shipping to California.
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Thevetia nereifolia - seeds

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Still tree, Yellow oleander, Lucky nut. Tree from tropical America with shiny dark green leaves, white sap, and yellow to peach, funnel shaped flowers. Fruit somewhat angular, smooth, with two large, oily seeds. The nuts growing on the tree planed in your yard supposedly bring good luck.
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Thevetia thevetioides, Giant Thevetia, Large-flowered Yellow oleander

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Family: Apocynaceae
Giant Thevetia, Large-flowered Yellow oleander
Origin: Central America
Large shrub 5-10 ftFull sunRegular waterYellow/orange flowersPoisonous or toxic

The flowers, about 8-10 cm across, are orange or pale to strong yellow, and more open than those of Thevetia peruviana.

The sap and the seed of the Yellow Oleander are poisonous.


 Thevetia thevetioides, Giant Thevetia, Large-flowered Yellow oleander

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Thrinax morrisii, Simpsonia microcarpa, Thrinax keyensis, Thrinax microcarpa, Broom Palm, Key Thatch Palm

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Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Broom Palm, Key Thatch Palm
Origin: USA, Caribbean Basin
Small tree 10-20 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterPalm or palm-likeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Thrinax morrisii is of medium size and grows slowly to a maximum of about 4ft tall with a solitary, slender grey trunk, which is topped by a large, spherical crown consisting of about 20 leaves. In its upper part, just below the crown, the trunk is wrapped in fine, fibrous leafsheaths which are eventually deciduous. As a genus, Thrinax is closely related to Zombia, a clustering palm which is easily distinguished by its spiny leafsheath fibres, and Coccothrinax, both native to the Caribbean. It is often confused with Coccothrinax but can be easily identified by its split petiole bases, white fruits (purple to black in Coccothrinax) and smooth seeds (grooved in Coccothrinax). Uses: deck or patio; container or planter; specimen; highway median. Min. Temperature: 25F


 Thrinax morrisii, Simpsonia microcarpa, Thrinax keyensis, Thrinax microcarpa, Broom Palm, Key Thatch Palm

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Thrinax radiata, Thrinax floridana, Florida Thatch Palm

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Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Florida Thatch Palm
Origin: Florida
Small tree 10-20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterModerate waterPalm or palm-likeSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Drought and salt resistant. S.Florida, S.California, Northwestern Caribbean. Min. Temperature: 28F.


 Thrinax radiata, Thrinax floridana, Florida Thatch Palm

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Thrinax sp., Thatch Palm

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Family: Arecaceae / Palmae
Thatch Palm
Origin: Caribbean
Small tree 10-20 ftSemi-shadeRegular waterPalm or palm-likeSeaside, salt tolerant plant

As a genus, Thrinax is closely related to Zombia, a clustering palm which is easily distinguished by its spiny leafsheath fibres, and Coccothrinax, both native to the Caribbean.

Uses: deck or patio; container or planter; specimen; highway median.


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Thryptomene calycina, Grampians Thryptomene,Victorian Laceflower

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Thryptomene cv. Taylors White
 Thryptomene calycina
Family: Myrtaceae
Grampians Thryptomene,Victorian Laceflower
Origin: Australia
Can be used for bonsaiLarge shrub 5-10 ftFull sunRegular waterWhite/off-white flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Thryptomene calycina is a beautiful shrub found growing wild in south-west Victoria, where it is common on rocky mountain sides. The foliage is small, neat and smooth and aromatic when the shrub is brushed in passing. Flowers of exceptional quality are the main attraction of this species, which flowers from autumn to spring. During spring the first pinkish buds appear low on the branches and open to tiny flat flowers facing all one way in straight tapering sprays. They are pure white with a dark eye. Flowering gradually spreads over the shrub until in midwinter the plant appears covered with snowy spires. These are checked only by the severest spells of cold. On fading, the flowers become suffused with pink tints which are held until mid-October and merge into the brighter spring show of other plants. This is a perfect cut flower lasting many weeks in water even as long sprays.

Thryptomene is a Greek word meaning 'made small', alluding to the small size of most Thryptomenes Clycina signifies the prominent calyx of the flower.


 Thryptomene calycina, Grampians Thryptomene,Victorian Laceflower

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Thryptomene cv. Taylors White

Thryptomene calycina, Grampians Thryptomene,Victorian Laceflower

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Thryptomene cv. Taylors White


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Thryptomene saxicola, Rock Thryptomene

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Family: Myrtaceae
Rock Thryptomene
Origin: Australia
Can be used for bonsaiSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

Leaves are 5-10 mm long and obovate with a characteristic Myrtaceae smell when crushed.

It is a hardy plant in well drained soils in a sunny or lightly shaded location and it is tolerant of moderate frosts.

Flowers have a light unpleasant smell.


 Thryptomene saxicola, Rock Thryptomene

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Thryptomene saxicola, Rock Thryptomene

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Thryptomene saxicola, Rock Thryptomene

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Thunbergia alata, Black eye Susan

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Family: Acanthaceae
Black eye Susan
Origin: tropical eastern Africa
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

It is a medium size sprawling vine cultivated for its attractive flowers. Leaves are soft and hairy, nice to touch. Flowers vary depending on variety: white, yellow, terracotta, white, cream, in different shades. There is always a black center that gives the plant its name - Black Eye Susan. It is a very pretty fast growing climber that can be grown on a trellis or supported by a fence. Unlike some other vining thunbergia species, this one is not invasive and can be easily controlled. relatively cold hardy, the upper part may be killed by hard freeze, but usually recovers from roots.


 Thunbergia alata, Black eye Susan

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Var. Sunlady
Thunbergia alata, Black eye Susan

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Sunny Orange Wonder
Thunbergia alata, Black eye Susan

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Thunbergia alata, Black eye Susan

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Thunbergia alata var. aurea Sunlady

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Yellow Black-eyed Susan - a fine fast growing sprawling vine with attractive yellow flowers. Fast growing, easy to grow, not invasive, realtively cold hardy. Spectacular blooms from spring to fall.
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Tropical Allure - Smart-Release Booster
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Thunbergia battiscombei, Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky vine, Scrambling sky flower, Blue Glory

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Family: Acanthaceae
Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky vine, Scrambling sky flower, Blue Glory
Origin: Tropical Africa
Vine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterBlue/lavender/purple flowersSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short time

This compact vine has a twining habit producing 2-3" dark blue funnel shaped flowers with golden throat, displayed throughout it's dense deep green foliage. It is the least invasive of all thunbergia vines, grows rather slowly and keeps very compact shape. This species is probably the best for container culture or a small trellis. It tolerates shade, too. It is hardy to light freeze which also makes this species very unique, especially for subtropical gardeners.


 Thunbergia battiscombei, Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky vine, Scrambling sky flower, Blue Glory

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Thunbergia battiscombei, Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky vine, Scrambling sky flower, Blue Glory

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Thunbergia battiscombei, Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky vine, Scrambling sky flower, Blue Glory

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Thunbergia battiscombei, Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky vine, Scrambling sky flower, Blue Glory

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Thunbergia battiscombei, Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky vine, Scrambling sky flower, Blue Glory

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Thunbergia battiscombei, Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Trumpet Vine, Blue Sky vine, Scrambling sky flower, Blue Glory

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Thunbergia battiscombei - Bengal Clock Vine, Blue Glory

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This compact vine has a twining habit producing 2-3" dark blue funnel shaped flowers with golden throat, displayed throughout it's dense deep green foliage. It is the least invasive of all thunbergia vines, grows rather slowly and keeps very compact shape. This species is probably the best for container culture or a small trellis. It tolerates shade, too. It is hardy to light freeze which also makes this species very unique, especially for subtropical gardeners.
RECOMMENDED FERTILIZERS:
SUNSHINE Megaflor - Bloom Nutrition Booster
Tropical Allure - Smart-Release Booster
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